You Know It's Cold When Your Hair Freezes

You Know It’s Cold When Your Hair Freezes

The Takhini Hot Springs Hair Freezing Contest is an annual winter contest held at the Takhini Hot Springs north of Whitehorse, Yukon, the largest city in Northern Canada.

For best results, the outside temperature should be below -20°C
Allow the cold air to slowly freeze your hair. 
You can keep your ears warm by periodically dipping them in warm water.
Winners receive $2000 and unlimited free soaks in the Takhini Hot Springs
Sponsored by Nongshim, a Korean instant noodle company
All wet hair will eventually freeze, including eyebrows and even eyelashes.
288 people entered the contest 
Winners were selected for Best Male, Best Female, Best Group, Tim Hortons’ Most Creative, Nongshim Noodles People’s Choice Award. 
To enter next year, visit hairfreezingcontest.com

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Steven Munatones